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Twitter flags tweets with manipulated media in India - This is how it works

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Twitter has started to label tweets in India that it thinks contains Manipulated Media to battle misinformation. And as it happened, the IT cell head of India's ruling party, the BJP, has bagged the dubious distinction of being the first Indian to get flagged for such an indiscretion.

Twitter put the warning on a video shared (on his Twitter timeline) by the BJP’s Amit Malviya on the protests by farmers against the recent agriculture laws.

Malviya, while responding to India's opposition party leader Rahul Gandhi’s tweet about alleged brutality against the protesting farmers, had put out a video that showed a cop swinging the baton, but the farmer escaping its blow. Malviya had captioned the video "propaganda vs. reality”.

Self-appointed fact-checking handles on Twitter apparently got in touch with the farmer Sukhdev Singh in Kapurthala district of Punjab. He reportedly said that he had suffered injuries to his arms and legs.

After these things emerged, Twitted flagged Malviya's video as "manipulated media".

In Twitter terms, "manipulated media" is used to refer to an audio-visual piece of content which has been “significantly and deceptively altered or fabricated.”

First case of manipulated media in India

This high-profile case is believed to be the first instance of Twitter implementing its labelling policy in India. The social media platform has been following the practice in the US and adding fact-checking notices to tweets by US President Donald Trump.  

In February 2020 Twitter announced its policy on labelling tweets containing synthetic and manipulated media, including videos, audio and images. It said that such content would be removed if they are “deceptively shared,” and pose “serious harm”.  

In order to determine the degree of manipulation, Twitter said it would use its own technology or receive reports through partnerships with third parties.

Twitter's rules on manipulated material

Twitter's guidelines on Manipulated Video

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Any pic or clip that Twitter tags as "manipulated video" has an eponymous label at the bottom. If you click on it, it explains on the reasons for flagging it.

In February Twitter had clearly laid out how it decides on manipulated pic or video.   

To start off, it checks whether the content has been substantially edited in a manner that fundamentally alters its composition, sequence, timing, or framing. 

Secondly, Twitter figures out if any visual or auditory information (such as new video frames, overdubbed audio, or modified subtitles) has been added or removed.

And finally, it finds out whether media depicting a real person have been fabricated or simulated.

In deciding these things, Twitter also considers the context in which media are shared. According to Twitter this could result in confusion or misunderstanding or suggest a deliberate intent to deceive people about the nature or origin of the content.

Most of such shady tweets are removed from the timeline. Twitter said "material, synthetic or manipulated, shared in a deceptive manner, and is likely to cause harm, may not be shared on Twitter and are subject to removal."

Twitter has also put other tools into place in an attempt to help users discern what information on its platform is inaccurate.


03 Dec 2020



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  • The best cheap MacBook deals in March 2022

    We're back with another update to our guide to the best MacBook deals available this week. Even though Apple's premium ultrabooks are rarely discounted outside of major sales events, you can usually find a few small savings at some retailers and on certain models. Today's best prices are listed below, including some of the best price cuts we've seen on the MacBook Air and the latest MacBook Pro models.

    If you're looking for the cheapest MacBook available to buy today, you'll want to check out the MacBook Air. It may not be down to some of the lowest prices ever, but you can find some strong discounts - particularly on the larger 1TB version.

    Some of the most exciting MacBook deals, though, are available on the latest 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro. Those in the US will want to head to Amazon where you can get the 14-inch MacBook Pro with a 1TB SSD for its lowest price yet. Meanwhile, in the UK, both the 14-inch and 16-inch displays have had their prices slashed. The larger screen is worth highlighting in particular as it's just been given a big £250 saving at Amazon.

    That's all for now. We'll be back to update this hub regularly with all the latest cheap MacBook deals, so you can pick up a luxury laptop for less. If you decide you need something more flexible, you can always take a look at the best iPad deals too. Or, if your budget doesn't stretch to one of these machines, our hub dedicated to all the best cheap laptop deals on offer this week is worth to look. 

    We've also got a look at more discounted Apple tech including the best Apple Watch deals, all the cheapest AirPods deals and top Apple Pencil deals.

    This week's best MacBook deals

    Where you're in the US or the UK, you'll find the week's best MacBook deals just below. We've picked out the best prices across the full range of models and specifications so you can find the ideal ultrabook to suit your needs and budget.

    Best MacBook deals in the US

    MacBook Air (2020) (M1, 256GB): $999 $949 at Amazon
    Save $50 -
    There's a standard $50 saving on the latest MacBook Air with Apple's powerful M1 chip at Amazon this week. After the big price cut to $749 over Black Friday, discounts like this are a little underwhelming, but it's unlikely we'll see anything so significant until the next big sales event. With delivery delayed until late March, too, patience might be required for a while until one of the better discounts returns.

    MacBook Air (2020) (M1, 512GB): $1,249 $1,049.99 at Amazon
    Save $200
    - There's an even bigger saving available right now on the MacBook Air with a larger 512GB SSD at Amazon. The price displayed on the store page is not with the full discount as another $112 is taken off at the checkout. It's a return to the lowest price we've seen for this model and a worthwhile upgrade if you want to double your storage for less. Note: this MacBook deal currently only applies to the Rose Gold version.

    MacBook Pro 13-inch (2020) (M1, 512GB): $1,499 $1,299 at Amazon
    Save $200 -
    The 2020 Apple MacBook Pro with a larger 512GB SSD is back to its cheapest ever price this week thanks to an additional discount that will be applied at the checkout. The last time it was this low was back in early January - and, in fact, this is a return to the deal price we saw over Black Friday.

    Apple MacBook Pro 14-inch (2021) (M1 Pro, 1TB): $2,389.95 $2,249.99 at Amazon
    Save $140
    – Here's yet another coupon that's applied at the checkout to reduce the latest 14-inch MacBook Pro to its lowest price yet - $50 more than the previous record low. This version comes with the powerful M1 Pro chip and a larger 1TB SSD that give you an extremely high-performance device. Altogether, it's one of the week's best MacBook deals.

    MacBook Pro 13-inch (2020) (M1, 256GB): $1,299 $1,199 Amazon
    Save $100 -
    After falling to as low as $1,049 at the start of November, the 256GB version of the 2020 MacBook Pro is now back up to $1,199 at Amazon. That's the standard price it tends to sit at when not on offer so there are bound to be better deals in the future.

    MacBook Pro 16-inch (2021, 512GB): $2,499 $2,299 at Amazon
    Save $200
    – This $200 saving on the latest 16-inch MacBook Pro is the largest yet on Apple's 2021 ultrabook. With an upgraded M1 Pro chip, you get one of the most high-performance laptops for your money that's a terrific choice for creative professionals. It simply hasn't been any cheaper since its launch in October.

    MacBook Pro 14-inch (2021) (M1 Pro, 512GB): for $1,999 $1,949 at Amazon
    Save $50 – It's not huge but there's still a saving on the latest MacBook Pro model this week. Apart from one or two brief reductions, all major retailers have held the price at $1,999 for the entry-level version since launch so any discount is a bonus right now. Considering this range of ultrabooks just launched a couple of months ago it's not all that surprising it's just $50 off. We don't think you'll see a bigger price cut for quite some time yet.

    Best MacBook deals in the UK

    MacBook Air (2020) (M1, 256GB): £999 £887 at Currys
    Save £112 -
    This slightly odd price cut on the powerful M1 MacBook Air is available from Currys this week. It's only a little way short of the drop to £849 we saw almost half a year ago, so a really solid MacBook deal - all things considered. It is also in stock at Amazon but there's a wait of up to two months there. If you want to buy there, you could just spend an extra £2 more to get either of the other colours with immediate delivery instead.

    MacBook Air (2020) (M1, 512GB): £1,249 £1,099.97 at Amazon
    Save £149
    This is the best discount we've spotted on the MacBook Air with a larger 512GB SSD since last October. It doesn't beat the cheapest price ever, but it's only shy by a little under £60. At this price, it's definitely an upgrade worth considering if you would prefer to have additional storage.

    MacBook Pro 13-inch (2020, 256GB): £1,299 £1,149.97 at Amazon
    Save £141
    – This MacBook Pro model stayed at its cheapest price of £1,129 for almost half a year and while it's now gone up in price, it's not by much. A good saving, then, if you're happy to get a slightly smaller and older MacBook Pro that still has the power of the M1 chip inside it.

    MacBook Pro 14-inch (2021, 512GB): £1,899 £1,799 at Amazon
    Save £100
    – Apple's latest ultrabook is back to its cheapest ever price that we previously saw over Black Friday but you'll need to wait a while for delivery. It's a small discount, sure, but we'll take it given the 2021 MacBook Pro only launched in October last year. This version comes with the powerful M1 Pro chip, 8GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD – all high-end components that will give creative professionals the performance they need in one of the best laptops you can buy today.

    1TB: £2,399 £2,135 at Amazon

    MacBook Pro 16-inch (2021, 512GB): £2,399 £2,149.97 at Amazon
    Save £249
    – There was a good saving on the larger 16-inch MacBook Pro last week, but now it's reduced by a further £30 right now to make a new record low. Featuring the all-new M1 Pro chip this is a high-performance ultrabook that is a top pick for demanding users and creative professionals. A £250 saving might be relatively small, but it's reasonable considering this new MacBook Pro only launched in October.

    MacBook Air deals

    The 2020 MackBook Air with M1 chip

    (Image credit: Apple)

    The best MacBook Air (2020) deals

    Get the best price for today's best laptop

    CPU: Apple M1 8-core CPU | Graphics: 7-core GPU | Screen: 13.3-inch 2,560 x 1,600 Retina True Tone display (backlit LED, IPS) | Storage: 256GB to 2TB | Dimensions: 11.97 x 8.36 x 0.63 inches (30.41 x 21.24 x 1.61cm; W x D x H)

    Powerful processor
    Bigger storage options
    Excellent all-round option
    No design changes

    If you're after a performance boost, but still need a lightweight form factor, the new MacBook Air M1 might be your best bet. While there's a serious performance boost in this model, you're not paying as much for it as you may think. In fact, we've seen some great MacBook deals over recent months that suggest Apple certainly isn't afraid to discount this model every now and then. 

    The new M1 chip gives Intel a serious run for its money and battery life doesn't even suffer for it. Plus, you get it all for the same price as the previous model, which makes this the go-to MacBook right now.

    MacBook Pro deals

    MacBook Pro 14-inch

    (Image credit: Apple)

    The best 14-inch MacBook Pro (2021) deals

    The number one pick for creative professionals

    CPU: Apple M1 Pro 8 or 10-core CPU | Graphics: 14 or 16-core GPU | Screen: 14.2-inch, 3,024 x 1,964 Liquid Retina XDR display (mini-LED, 1,000 nits sustained brightness, wide color P3 gamut, ProMotion technology) | Storage: 512GB or 1TB | Dimensions: 12.31 x 8.71 x 0.61 inches (31.26 x 22.12 x 1.55cm; W x D x H)

    Excellent performance
    Stunning screen
    Impressive battery life
    Overkill for general users

    Creative professionals will find a lot to like with the MacBook Pro 14-inch (2021). It's a compact and powerful laptop that comes with a considerable number of ports so you can finally leave all those dongles and hubs in the drawer. With the latest M1 Pro chip at its core, it offers some incredibly fine-tuned performance that takes it leaps and bounds above the competition. The battery life impresses, too, while the screen is one of Apple's best yet - a crisp Liquid Retina XDR display featuring mini-LED technology.

    For the general user, this device is probably a touch overkill, both in terms of power and price. Those still looking to jump onto the Apple ecosystem but don't need quite as much performance and features would be better to consider the MacBook Air or even a iPad .

    MacBook Pro 16-inch

    (Image credit: Apple)

    The best 16-inch MacBook Pro (2021) deals

    Unbeatable levels of performance but at a high price

    CPU: Apple M1 Pro or M1 Max 10-core CPU | Graphics: 16 or 32-core GPU | Screen: 16.2-inch, 3,456 x 2,234 Liquid Retina XDR display (mini-LED, 1,000 nits sustained brightness, wide color P3 gamut, ProMotion technology) | Storage: 512GB or 1TB | Dimensions: 14.01 x 9.77 x 0.66 inches (35.57 x 24.81 x 1.68cm); W x D x H)

    Exceptional performance
    Gorgeous mini-LED display
    Long battery life
    Large, expensive and heavy

    When it comes to top tier laptops the MacBook Pro 16-inch (2021) simply can't be beat right now. Apple's massive redesign of the 2019 MacBook Pro comes with a substantial boost in power with the M1 Pro or M1 Max chip, a stunning mini-LED display and a host of other most-wanted new features.

    Those who want a more static workstation will appreciate the jump up to a 16-inch screen, though the 14-inch is a lot better for portability. It's also substantially cheaper, too, so those who don't need all the excessive power and are on a smaller budget will do just as well going for the smaller version.

    13-inch MacBook Pro with M1 chip

    (Image credit: Apple)

    The best 13-inch MacBook Pro M1 (2020) deals

    The most powerful 13-inch Pro on the market

    CPU: Apple M1 chip - 8 cores | Graphics: 8 core GPU | RAM: 8GB - 16GB | Screen: 13-inch, 2,560 x 1,600 Retina display | Dimensions (H x W x D): 11.97 x 8.36 x 0.61-inches

    Powerful new M1 chip 
    Fan cooling will make for better performance
    17 hours battery life
    Higher price tag

    The new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models are now available, which means you'll want to decide whether you go for a potentially cheaper price point with this previous generation device or pay extra for the stark performance upgrade with Apple's latest M1 Pro and Max chips. We've already seen some decent price cuts on this 13-inch MacBook Pro over recent months, so it's definitely one to consider if you're on a tighter budget.

    You won't compromise too much, either, as it's still powered by the standard M1 chip. That's a considerable boost over older models that used Intel processors. So, you still get a seriously powerful machine here, with a design that's very similar from the outside, at a price point that even manages to undercut other high-end ultrabooks in terms of value.

    MacBook deals: FAQs

    Got any questions about all these MacBook deals before you go ahead with a purchase? We've answered all the most common ones below and will continue to add to this section over time.

    How to find the best MacBook deals

    MacBook deals are hard to come by for a reason - these machines last. That means Apple rarely discounts its older laptop lines with new generations, so it's harder to find that standout price if you're willing to swallow a few years on the market. 

    That doesn't mean you're stuck with launch prices, however. In fact, MacBook sales are fairly common around certain times of the year, and do generally fall in line with new releases. While you might not find major discounts on cheaper entry level models, those shopping for the more specced out lines can enjoy some significant price drops around the holidays and major Apple launch windows. 

    Is it worth buying a pre-2020 MacBook?

    We'll say it again, MacBooks last. Many 2019 MacBook Pros are still running healthy to this day, though you might struggle to cram the latest MacOS releases onto them. But we'll say something else again, cheap MacBooks don't tend to lose their value. That means you can easily spend $1,000 on a MacBook from before 2020 and miss out on the latest processors, RAM upgrades, hardware features, and SSD storage sizes of the newer models that sit at similar prices.

    That means if you do spot a particularly good MacBook deal on an older or refurbished model, it may well be worth your time. If you find yourself shopping between the $1,300 and $2,000 mark, however, double-check you can't pick up something newer for the same price.

    What to look for in MacBook sales

    MacBook sales tend to offer creepingly reduced prices on the entry level Air and Pro models while reserving the big drops for the more expensive configurations. While these deals tend to stick around the same sale prices every time they are reduced, keen shoppers will notice that traditional discount does grow a little every now and then. That will knock an extra $50 off the price sporadically in order to make headlines, but it also means that if you spot a particularly good MacBook deal it's not worth sticking around and waiting for a better sale in the future. 

    It's worth shopping older models if you're looking to score a more impressive price drop, as retailers are keen to shift these units before any big release. Shop these MacBook deals if you're after a bigger spec in particular, as you'll often find the older mid-range models offering bigger power than entry level fresh releases for either the same price or slightly less. 

    However, it's always worth keeping one eye on the prices of those latest versions. As we've learned with the 2020 MacBook Air, Apple is looking to make the MacBook more cost effective moving forwards. That means you might be able to find MacBook deals offering entry level new releases for less than their ancestors. 

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  • Intel warns against Alder Lake overclocking trick that could 'damage' your CPU

    Intel has cautioned Alder Lake CPU owners that those with non-K (locked) processors shouldn’t try to overclock them, even though this might be possible with certain motherboards, as it could result in damage to the chip.

    If you’ve been following this story over the course of this week, expert overclocker Der8auer has been experimenting with majorly ramping up the clocks on non-K models like the Core i5-12400 (we’ve also seen a Core i3 world record), which should not be open to overclocking officially – Intel’s ‘K’ CPUs are the products which are unlocked and meant for overclocking.

    Even though it is technically possible to overclock a non-K Alder Lake processor, using the unlock BCLK feature in the BIOS of some (higher-end and upper mid-range) motherboards, Intel warns against doing so.

    The chip giant told Tom’s Hardware: “Intel’s 12th Gen non-K processors were not designed for overclocking. Intel does not warranty the operation of processors beyond their specifications. Altering clock frequency or voltage may damage or reduce the useful life of the processor and other system components, and may reduce system stability and performance.”

    So, in short, applying an overclock will void the warranty on your non-K chip, and could result in an unstable system, and perhaps damage the CPU and reduce its expected lifespan.

    Analysis: Danger, danger… high voltage

    Of course, we knew this about overclocking anyway. Overclocking is, at its heart, a balance between seeing how hard you can push clock speeds up, without affecting system stability; or rather, enthusiast or extreme overclocking is. Many PC owners can be much more conservative in their overclocking endeavors, and just plump for smaller bumps in clock speed and performance, which aren’t likely to affect stability or reliability of the chip at all.

    However, the whole point of ramping up a non-K 12th-gen chip, as Der8auer has been doing, is to turn a relatively lowly and affordable CPU into a value-packed monster. And, of course, the additional point Intel is making here is that these processors are not designed to be overclocked, so will (presumably) suffer more when being pushed beyond their normal capacity. The danger is you could end up with a short-lived Alder Lake CPU, and of course no warranty protection if it does go up in smoke.

    Interestingly, as Tom’s points out, Der8auer has also just let us know that one major motherboard maker is working on a cheaper B660 board which supports DDR4, and has the functionality for a non-K overclock to be applied. It was previously feared that only B660 motherboards with DDR5 support will work – with that new memory standard being an expensive proposition, running against the whole point of using a cheaper non-K Alder Lake CPU to get a big overclock and much better performance. But with Intel’s warning pouring cold water on this whole idea somewhat, many punters will now likely be steering clear of this route anyway.

    The fact is that now Intel has come out and made its stance clear on the idea of non-K overclocking, Team Blue is even more likely to do what we predicted in the first place – patch out this overclock capability, likely sooner rather than later. Rumor has it that the presence of the unlock BCLK feature for overclocking could’ve been an error on Intel’s part anyway – a mistake in the microcode – which future BIOS updates are likely to correct, by the look of things.

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  • Nvidia’s powerful new mining GPU spotted – could this be good news for gamers?

    The CMP 170HX, which was leaked back in June, seemingly blows away the RTX 3090 in terms of mining chops.

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  • Best Buy and Intel team up for some epic early Black Friday laptop deals

    Best Buy's Black Friday deals have just got a whole lot more enticing, as the retailer has teamed up with Intel to offer some big price cuts on some amazing laptops.

    With Black Friday itself just over a week away, Best Buy and Intel aren't messing around, offering big savings on a range of laptops and Chromebooks from some of the best laptop brands in the world, including Dell, HP, Lenovo and Microsoft.

    (Not in the US? Scroll down for deals in your region).

    These laptop deals cover a wide range of devices and price points, though there is one thing they all have in common – they are all powered by Intel processors.

    Luckily, that's not a bad thing at all, and if this collaboration has led to epic Black Friday laptop deals like this, then we're all for it! There's a huge amount on offer, so to make things as easy as possible, we've rounded up the very best Black Friday deals from Best Buy and Intel below.

    Today's best Best Buy laptop deals

    Best Chromebook deal

    Asus Chromebook, 11.6-inches, Intel Celeron, 4GB RAM, 32GB: $219 $119 at Best Buy
    Save $100:
    This brilliant Chromebook is now just $119, making it the ideal laptop for kids and students. Chrome OS runs well thanks to the Intel Celeron CPU and 4GB of RAM, though storage isn't huge.

    HP Chromebook 14, 14-inches, Intel Celeron, 4GB RAM, 32GB: $319 $218.99 at Best Buy
    Save $100:
    This is a great Chromebook from HP that offers decent performance for a very tempting price. This is a good laptop for browsing the web and creating documents.

    Asus 2-in-1 Chromebook, 15.6-inches, Core i3, 8GB RAM, 128GB: $569 $399 at Best Buy
    Save $170:
    This 2-in-1 is incredibly powerful for a Chromebook, so if you need an affordable device that can handle all kinds of tasks, this is a great early Black Friday deal.

    Acer Chromebook Spin 713, 13.5-inches, Core i3, 4GB RAM, 64GB: $569 $399 at Best Buy
    Save $140:
    This is another 2-in-1 Chromebook that offers a level of versatility, and performance, that many Chromebooks lack, and it has a decent $140 discount ahead of Black Friday.

    Surface Pro 7, Core i3, 4GB RAM, 128GB: $959 $599 at Best Buy
    Save $360:
    This is one of the lowest prices you'll find for the Surface Pro 7. While it's not that powerful, with the 4GB of RAM holding back Windows 10, for this price it's a great machine for doing homework on, and it comes with the Type Cover that adds a keyboard to turn it into a laptop-like device.

    Surface Pro 7, Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB: $1,199.99 $799.99 at Best Buy
    Save $400:
    This is a much more powerful Surface Pro 7 model with another huge saving from Best Buy. The Core i5 CPU and 8GB RAM means Windows 10 works brilliantly, though it doesn't come with the Touch Keyboard.

    Surface Laptop Go, Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB: $899.99 $699.99 at Best Buy
    Save $200:
    Microsoft's affordable laptop has just got a whole lot more affordable thanks to this early Black Friday deal. This is a great choice for anyone looking for a great looking laptop to work on.

    LG Gram 14, Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB: $1,199.99 $899.99 at Best Buy
    Save $300:
    If you want an incredibly light, yet powerful, laptop then this is a brilliant offer. The LG Gram 14 comes with an 11th Generation Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM and up to 25 hours of battery life. This is a seriously impressive laptop for the price.

    Dell XPS 15, Core i7, 16GB RAM, 256GB: $1,799.99 $1,399.99 at Best Buy
    Save $400:
    The Dell XPS 15 is one of our favorite ever laptops, so it's great to see this model get a big price cut. It comes with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 Ti GPU, which means it can do a little gaming, and is ideal for photo and video editing.

    Gigabyte Aero 15 OLED, Core i7, 16GB RAM, RTX 3060, 1TB: $1,899.99 $1,249.99 at Best Buy
    Save $650:
    This powerful laptop is aimed at creators, though with an RTX 3060 it can do some gaming as well. With a stunning 4K OLED screen, your creative work is going to look amazing, and it's now more affordable than ever thanks to this big price cut.

    Razer Blade 15, Core i7, 16GB RAM, RTX 2070, 512GB: $2,299.99 $1,599.99 at Best Buy
    Save $700:
    This is a great deal for a slim and light gaming laptop. The RTX 2070 GPU isn't the newest model, but it'll still do a good job of playing modern games, and for this price, it's one of the best gaming laptops you can get.

    Huge $800 saving

    Razer Blade 15, Core i7, 16GB RAM, RTX 2080 SUPER, 1TB: $2,999.99 $2,199.99 at Best Buy
    Save $800:
    This is a more powerful version of the Razer Blade 15, coming with an RTX 2080 SUPER GPU. Again, this isn't the most modern version but it's still a fantastic graphics card that'll play any modern game with ease.

    These are all fantastic laptop deals, and Best Buy and Intel are also offering some great deals on refurbished laptops as well. 

    These are laptops that have been professionally fixed and looked over, so they are as good as new, and can offer even better value for money, so head over to Best Buy to see what kind of deals you can get.

    All the deals on this page expire on November 25, the day before Black Friday, so if you see an offer you like, don't miss out! It means we'll also see more great offers from Best Buy on Black Friday itself.

    Best Buy is offering guaranteed Black Friday prices, so if you buy one of these laptops before Black Friday, and the price then drops further during Black Friday, you'll automatically get refunded the difference, which is pretty great!

    More laptop deals

    No matter where you live, you'll find all the lowest prices for the best laptops from around the web right here, with offers available in your region. 

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